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It had 1 CD in it and played fine. I added two more CDs. After the 3rd one, I pressed #2, and a 'eject disc #2' message appeared. I tied pressing the other two and I either got the same message or it showed the CD# and song #, i.e. 3-1. It won't play, it won't eject on any of the CDs. The radio works fine. Thank you for your help.

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  • bemer5 Jul 29, 2009

    Bose CD changer in an Infiniti FX35, 2003 model.



  • bemer5 Jul 29, 2009

    I didn't hear any more from you and don't know if I cut off my search by my reply. Thanks



  • bemer5 Jul 29, 2009

    Bose CD changer in 2003 Infiniti FX35. It had one cd in, was fine, I added 2, then 3. Pushed 2 to listen to it. Got a flashing press eject. The whole thing is jammed. It won't play, it won't eject anything. The FM works just fine. I don't know the exact model # of said Bose and it isn't in my owner's manual.

  • bemer5 Aug 05, 2009

    We tried taking out the fuse. That didn't work. Then we disconnected the battery. That didn't work either. It seems to be stuck now on CD 1-1. If I press the eject button I hear a noise that sounds like the CD is trying to eject but maybe stuck. This happened after the power was restored.

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Try disconnecting the CD from the power, sometimes this resets the changer....( needs to be totally disconnected from all power sources )....

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

Hello

Would you know the make and model of the player?

Thanks

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